WorkSource Oregon Emergency Preparedness Coordinator - Quality - FT (19703) in Bay Area, Oregon

REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of the operation of a personal computer and software necessary to perform duties and responsibilities of the position Understands and is able to use audio visual equipment Exercises good judgment, demonstrates effective critical thinking skills, professionalism Flexible, able to prioritize and address multiple responsibilities concurrently Works effectively under stress and frequently changing job requirements/situations Works effectively in conditions that involve exposure to variable weather conditions Maintains regular, consistent and punctual attendance at the assigned job location Functions well as a team leader and member of a team An effective communicator and educator Competent with theory and practice of change management Recognizes the need for life-long learning, and can articulate a personal learning strategy and plan to stay informed and effective Maintains regular, consistent and punctual attendance at the assigned job location Demonstrated ability to stay up to date on the regulatory requirements for reporting, both acute and ambulatory, and serve as a resource to stakeholders Demonstrated knowledge of OSHA, TJC, NFPA and Emergency Management principles Excellence written, oral, and communication skills Bachelor's degree in a health care field, government, management, industrial engineering or an Associate's degree and 5 years of relevant experience with commitment to attaining an appropriate degree within a negotiated period of time Healthcare background Current and valid driver's license for state of Oregon Certified Emergency Manager required within 2 years of hire date 3-5 years in the role of Emergency Management or Emergency Preparedness or experience in law enforcement, associated government experience (FEMA) with experience with Joint Commission accreditation Advanced training DUTIES: Demonstrates advanced competence in Hospital Emergency Management, Emergency Preparedness (EP) and Disaster Preparedness Attends emergency preparedness meetings with local, regional, state, and federal level agencies, and reports outcomes, decisions, and recommendations to Quality and Safety leadership and hospital executives Coordinates hospital training programs, and emergency operations drills to prepare hospital staff to respond quickly and effectively in emergencies Coordinates implementation of the hospital incident command system: identifies systems and operational opportunities and recommends solutions Conducts exercises to test the hospitals response to a variety of crisis situations Annually reviews and updates the hospital's Emergency Management (EM)Plan **Full position description available at the website** HOURS: Full-Time Position - 40 Hours Per Week Shift - 8:00am to 5:00pm, days vary WORKSITE: Bay Area